Tiffany Evans Biography
Tiffany Evans is an American singer, songwriter, actress, director, dancer, and entrepreneur. She rose to fame in 2003 as a contestant on Star Search. She became the first contestant in Star Search history to earn a perfect score on all of her performances.
Following her victory, she signed a record deal with Columbia Records. She released a cover of Stacy Lattisaw’s song in 2004 aftershe signed the deal with Columbia records. Her first single was entitled “Let Me Be Your Angel”. The song was a minor R&B hit, peaking at #95 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Soon after, her self-titled debut EP featuring eight tracks (all covers) and a bonus DVD was released. She released an additional single “The Christmas Song” and her rendition of “The Star-Spangled Banner”. Afterwards, she began work on a new album, with a couple of digital singles. In 2005 she released “Thinkin’ About” and later in 2006 “Who I Am”.
Tiffany Evans Wins Star Search
In 2008, Tiffany Evans released her self-titled debut album. The album included the singles “Promise Ring” featuring Ciara and “I’m Grown” featuring Bow Wow. At the age of 9, she got her first break on Showtime at the Apollo. In February 2003, she won the Grand Champion title in the junior singer division. This was in her Star Search appearance.
For this, Tiffany Evans became the only performer in Star Search history to receive perfect five scores on all of her appearances. In the competition, she competed against fellow singers Lisa Tucker and David Archuleta. Her competitors later appeared on American Idol.
Tiffany Evans As An Actress
Apart from music, Tiffany Evans has made appearances in a number of films and TV Shows. She starred in an episode of Law & Order: SVU. She played the role of actor Blair Underwood’s daughter. That same year, she sang for executives at Columbia Records. She was offered a recording contract deal when she was only 10 years old.
Tiffany Evans landed a small role on CBS’s The District just when her career had started picking. In 2005, Evans made her feature film debut in Tyler Perry’s Diary of a Mad Black Woman as Brian Simmons’ daughter. She also contributed to the movie soundtrack on “Father, Can You Hear Me”. The soundtrack featured Cheryl Pepsii Riley, Tamela Mann, Terrell Carter, and Anya Washington.
Tiffany Evans I’ll Be There |Tiffany Evans 7 Rings | Tiffany Evans Promise Ring
On May 29, 2007, Tiffany Evans released “Promise Ring”. The album featured Grammy-winning R&B singer Ciara. She then released her second single, “I’m Grown” on 22nd January 2008. Her debut album was released on 22nd April 2008 via Columbia Records. She signed a management deal with Mathew Knowles of Music World Entertainment and later released “I’ll Be There” on 18th October 2010. It was the lead single of her second album titled Perfect Imperfection.
Tiffany Evans As An Entrepreneur
On 29th March, 2011, Tiffany Evans parted ways with Music World Entertainment and Columbia Records. Following her departure, she started her own company called Little Lady Enterprises. The enterprise served as her independent label. On 1st October, 2011 Tiffany Evans released a buzz single entitled “Won’t Find Me”. The single was to give fans a feel of the music that she is preparing to bring to the table while doing everything independently.
Tiffany Evans Age
Tiffany Evans was born in South Bronx, New York City, New York, United States of America. He was born on 4th August 1992. He is 26 years old as of 2018.
Tiffany Evans Net Worth
Best known for her single, Promise Ring, the young musician, Tiffany Evans, has made a huge fortune. Her single Promise Ring featured Grammy-winning R&B singer Ciara. She was the winner of the Grand Champion title in the junior singer division.
Besides, Tiffany Evans was the only Star Search performer in the history of the show to earn perfect five scores on all of her appearances. The 26 year old singer has made quite a lot. She has an approximated net worth of more than $1.5 million.
Tiffany Evans Parents
Tiffany Evans has not been so open about her family. Details about her parents still remain unknown.
Tiffany Evans Dating | Tiffany Evans Husband
Tiffany Evans got married to her husband Lorenzo Henderson in late 2010. Tiffany Evans and her husband welcomed their baby girl, Adalia Henderson, on September 25, 2012. Along with the news of her marriage and pregnancy, Evans also released her first single “If You Love Me”, a powerful R&B ballad, from her mixtape 143.
The mixtape was released on February 12, 2013. Tiffany Evans gave birth to her second daughter, Chaden, on July 31, 2015. In 2018 she announced in her twitter account account that she was undergoing a divorce with her husband. Their eight year relationship seems to had hit the proverbial rock.
Tiffany Evans Songs | Tiffany Evans Albums
- Tiffany Evans (2008)
- 143 (2013)
- All Me (2015)
Tiffany Evans Movies And TV Shows
Tiffany Evans Television Shows
|2007||The District||Singer In Church|
|Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Tessa Senate|
|2017||The Quad (TV series)||Nail Tech|
Tiffany Evans Movies
|2005||Diary of a Mad Black Woman||Tiffany Simmons|
Tiffany Evans News
Evans signed with Columbia Records in 2004 and released radio-friendly singles such as “Promise Ring” and went on to drop in and out of the music scene for years. Now, the mother-of-two has returned with a new EP that will give fans some insight on the difficult lessons she’s learned about love and life as a grown woman.
In an exclusive interview with VIBE, Evans discusses being involved in and eventually leaving an abusive relationship. In a now deleted Instagram post, Evans shared a picture featuring what looked like holes in the wall as result of someone punching through it and cited it as the “#1 reason” she left her ex noting that she was still being blamed for leaving a situation in which she experienced cheating, lies, black eyes and busted lips.
It wasn’t the first time she addressed the unhealthy relationship, calling out her ex-husband Lorenzo Thomas whom she met when she was only 18 on Instagram for cheating. She shares that on her All Me EP that was released in 2015, she wasn’t yet ready to talk about the toxic situation she was involved in, but her upcoming project ultimately helped her heal and will hopefully be of some support to others involved in similar situations:
“When I dropped the All Me EP, my head was in a totally different space. I was going through things in my relationship but I was not ready to speak about it. By the time I started working on this new project I am going to be dropping soon—I started working on that around early last year—I just got to the point where I was ready to speak on what the f**k was going on with me and everything I have been dealing with.”
“I’m going to be transparent, be vulnerable. I’m going to be open even if it hurts. Because this is going to help me begin my healing process. One of the reasons why I have not been healing is because I haven’t spoken about it. I haven’t said anything about it.”
Evans, who describes her upcoming album as vulnerable and open but aggressive, also shares her belief in being allowed to process and articulate feelings, even if they aren’t always the most pleasant:
“I’m a little angry and I want to be transparent.”
“But, you know, sometimes you do get bitter and sometimes you do get angry and I want to let people know that it’s okay to feel those very human emotions. When you go through so much sh*t and it hurts you, it can change you. I have definitely been changed. I want to start healing but I am angry.”
The singer says that although she wants all of her fans to enjoy the new music she’ll be releasing, ultimately she wants women to feel empowered by her honesty:
“It’s going to be something a lot of women are going to feel empowered by and the guys will even f**k with it, too. But I’m doing it for my ladies, we go through so much. This whole project is for women and me being a voice for the women and the issues we go through on the daily, and how we hold these ni**as down.”
She also shares that victim-blaming is one of the main reasons why so many women are afraid to disclose that they have suffered domestic abuse:
“It’s so crazy, I just don’t understand. This person obviously went through something, and the only thing you can say is “what did they do? What did they do to get punched in the face?” If I am not putting my hands on you, you’re not putting your hands on me. That’s how it should be.”
“This is why we are afraid to open up. We’re worried to open up because we’re not really sure we’re going to get the support we need to get to through this thing because not only is it physical, it’s mental and emotional. I just want women to start saying f**k you. Like, ‘No, you did this.’ If it’s going to heal me and I am ready to talk about it, I am going to open up.”
Evans, who is mother to two daughters, Adalia and Chaden, shares ultimately her faith helped guide her through difficult times:
“I have definitely found my strength in God. I have been leaning on prayer and meditation and, at times, it just really wasn’t easy at all.”
“I started praying and asking God to reveal my own heart to me, the things that I need to change about myself. I started with myself.”
“That is where I started to come up a little bit in my spirit, but it’s easier said than done. Sometimes you run across good genuine people who genuinely care and want to see you do better and want to see you okay. I thank God for those people. I call them guardian angels. They come into your life, and he sends them to be a light in a dark time, so I have definitely had a lot of that.”